Gyarsi Lal Sharma

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Acute myocardial infarction during pregnancy, though rare, is nevertheless associated with a high mortality rate ranging from 37 50%. Primary angioplasty is the treatment of choice for acute myocardial infarction during pregnancy. There are reports of high vascular bleeding complications when using the transfemoral approach as well as increased morbidity,(More)
As the safety and feasibility of the transradial approach for percutaneous coronary interventions have already been established by many series, we evaluate the safety and feasibility of this approach in noncoronary interventions such as renal, celiac, mesenteric, and subclavian angioplasty procedures. We present here our preliminary experience of(More)
The gastroepiploic artery has been successfully used as an arterial conduit in selected patients undergoing CABG with acceptable immediate and long-term results. Myocardial ischemia may occur during the follow-up period as a result of spasm, occlusion, or stenosis at the anastomosis site. Because of tortuosity and in order to avoid graft spasm and to obtain(More)
Renal artery stenosis (RAS) is one of the important causes of correctable hypertension. There are various modes of therapy for RAS, including percutaneous transluminal renal angioplasty (PTRA) and surgery. PTRA has emerged as the treatment of choice in cases of renal artery stenosis. PTRA combined with stenting is associated with good immediate and(More)
(1) Mental dullness?6 weeks. (2) Loss of hearing in both ears?6 weeks. (3) Loss of sight in both eyes?6 weeks. (4) Loss of speech?2 weeks. (5) Involuntary movements of the hands and feet? 2 weeks. (6) Spasticity of both lower limbs?2 weeks. (7) Dribbling of urine and constipation?2 weeks. (8) Difficulty in swallowing?15 days. His father stated that he(More)
We are describing pulmonary valve involvement with thickening and stenosis detected by two-dimensional transthoracic echocardiography in an adult presenting with Löeffler's endocarditis. To our knowledge, this has not been described previously. Complete regression of the lesions occurred with corticosteroid therapy. Tricuspid valve thickening and stenosis(More)
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